Thursday, May 24, 2012

Permaculture Protes Kampuchea

Permaculture documentary following itinerant permaculture designer Rico Zook and local permaculturist Hoeuy Han on a journey across Cambodia. In a Jarai tribal village in remote north-east Cambodia, Khmer NGO staff are learning how to apply permaculture design to their work with local indigenous communities. On the flat farmlands of Svay Rieng province, Japanese NGO International Volunteers of Yamagata (IVY) is helping local farmers to integrate permaculture methods onto their land. In Siem Reap province, staff and students at a village school are learning about permaculture for the first time. The educational journey also includes a visit to Harmony Farm in Beng Mealea. Filmed across Cambodia between December 2010 and February 2011, this is permaculture regenerative design in action. For more information about the work of Rico Zook and Hoeuy Han, please visit Rico's website : You can find out more about the work of the various NGOs featured in the film by visiting their websites Ockenden Cambodia : International Volunteer center of Yamagata Camp Cambodia : This Life Cambodia : For more information about the permaculture movement around the world please visit There is a multi-functional design element to this video : The film is also available in 4 parts (on with each part serving as educational/promotional tool for the ...

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